5) In the spine, increased motion between vertebral segments is associated with an increased risk of recurrence, (5) although it is unclear how this tendency corresponds to peripheral sites, such as the acromioclavicular
7%) and GH arthritis (1%); 2 cases of acromioclavicular
joint arthritis and one case of malignancy (multiple myeloma) were also diagnosed (Table 1).
On examination, there was notable swelling and deformity of the left acromioclavicular
(AC) joint with elevation of the left clavicle.
5%) cases of supraspinatus tears, including 53 combined subscapularis tears and 18 infraspinatus tears, 45 Bankart lesions, 27 SLAP lesions, 44 pathologic biceps, 3 acromioclavicular
joint arthritis, and 1 Kim lesion.
16] 10 days Cure In the previous three months; Acromioclavicular
joint, (2) sacroiliac joint, (3) total knee arthroplasty, (4) chronic lymphocytic leukemia, (5) human immunodeficiency virus, (6) cerebrospinal fluid, (7) total hip arthroplasty, and (8) trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole.
Loyd, "Avulsion fracture of the coracoid epiphysis with acromioclavicular
Dissections were performed after removing acromioclavicular
and sternoclavicular joints.
Diagnostico Diferencial Sindrome de Operculo Toracico Discopatia Cervical Sindrome de Tunel Carpiano y Cubital Bursitis y Tendinitis del Hombro Espondilitis Cervical Esclerosis Multiple Tumor Medular Angina Pectoris Sindrome Pectoralis Minor Vasculitis miembros superiores Osteoartritis glenohumeral o acromioclavicular
Fuente: Elaboracion de los Autores.
It bears a facet that articulates with the acromion process of the scapula to form the acromioclavicular
A deltoid-splitting incision was used at the anterior aspect of the acromioclavicular
joint and was extended about 3 cm.
The incision site was chosen about 2cm above the acromioclavicular
1 The suprascapular nerve provides motor inner-vation to the supraspinatus and infraspinatus muscles in addition to branches to the coracohumeral and cora-coacromial ligaments subacromial bursa and the acromioclavicular